The paper deals with some important medicinal plants used in human skin diseases in Uttar Pradesh, India. Fifty species of 47 genera belonging to 30 families of pteridophytes and angiosperms are reported along with dosage rate and mode of administration.
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Siddiqui, M.B., Alam, M.M. & Husain, W. Traditional treatment of skin diseases in Uttar Pradesh, india. Econ Bot 43, 480–486 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02935922
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